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Series: Doctrine that Dances

Doctrine of Community

07/19/15 | | 1 Corinthians 12:27-13:3

For the final installment of the Doctrine that Dances series, Pastor Albert delivers a heartfelt preaching about the beauty of being in Christ centered community. If the biggest lie Satan is telling us is that we are better off alone, then the greatest truth God wants us to know is that we need each other. When love is the center, community will come alive in your life.

Doctrine of Mission

07/12/15 | | John 1:1-14

In this week's installment of the Doctrine that Dances series, Pastor Michael speaks passionately about the true purpose of mission. In order for this doctrine to be something that dances in our lives, we must focus not only on who we’re called to and what we’re doing, but why we’re doing it. The nature of mission is something that is initiated in heaven & carried out on earth, but often we are too inwardly focused to see how God is moving. There are so many things that keep us turned inward, when our God is saying, “Heaven is meeting earth all around you, and I want you to participate in that.”

Doctrine of Freedom

07/05/15 | | Revelation 12:10-12

In this week's installment of the Doctrine that Dances series, Pastor Albert delivers a heartfelt and inspiring preaching on what it means to be truly set free through Christ. Before we can talk about freedom we have to talk about bondage, and before we talk about bondage we have to talk about what binds us. What is the lie Satan is using against you, what is he accusing you of that you're believing? Whatever it may be, know that the Holy Spirit has come to set you free by the blood of the lamb and the words of your testimony.

Doctrine that Dances

06/28/15 | | Ephesians 2:8-9

For the first installment of the Doctrine that Dances series, Pastor Albert gives a passionate and powerful preaching on the reach of God's grace. The grace we receive from our Father in heaven is comforting but not comfortable, calling us to think about how we treat God as well as others. If you ever want to dance to the grace of God, you need to know that you're not the producer, He is.